Do Anti-Depressants Do More Harm Than Good? [Headlines]

Do Anti-Depressants Do More Harm Than Good? [Headlines]

New study looks at the effects serotonin regulators have on the entire body, finding many negative, potentially life-threatening, side-effects.

Allie Walker
  • 1 may 2012

A recent study indicates anti-depressant drugs negatively affect a person’s overall health.  When anti-depressants regulate serotonin in the brain, they disrupt processes like digestion elsewhere in the body and can cause premature death in elderly patients. Big Think

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